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December 09, 1960 - Image 11

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-12-09

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Hebrew Corner

Dedicate Shaarey Blind Learn Trade
One summer day, Nahum Natanzon,
Zedek's Hanukah a' through
Jerusalem merchant, was passing
the alleyways of the market
le Old City and saw a blind Jew
a camel. This sight stirred
hur
Event to B
tablish an institution for the
him to

rented an apartment in a
blind. I
a number of neglected
cellar an
blind chil en were collected there.
of the institution became
The na
31 years ago the institu-
famous a its own fine building in
tion
erect This building cpntains
Jerusalei
a Braille library, a syna-
class-roo
- rooms, music studios and
gogtte,
s and a garden surrounds it.
play r
nd were no longer forced
Th
er the- streets without any
I to
ion or care. Here they received
ed
ditcation and learned a trade.
n the war of liberation the musi-
lans among the blind gave "concerts
to wounded soldiers.
The trainees in the institution
learn Hebrew Braille and afterwards
receive the same lessons that are cus-
tomary in every primary school. In
addition. they receive lessons in bas-
ket work, and many of them, in all
branches of music as well. Bright
pupils continue their studies- at high
Refinishing — Restorer school and even at university.
During its existence the institution
Cabinet Repairs has
produced hundreds of trainees.
Many of them have set up families
Any piece in and have healthy children.
- your home to
Translation of Hebrew Colum
any period, style
Published by Brit Ivrit Olamit.
and color.

aarey Zed-
Congregat'
anukah celebra-
ek's ann
e dedicated to Is-
tion
the "Bond with Israel
rae
ah Dinner Dance,". t be
Dec. 18, at the Sh rey
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delivered by
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Re-touch, Re-
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upholster — All
work by Factory
Trained Experts
plus 117 years
EXPERIENCE.

Livonia PTO to Vend
Hanukah Items at Sale

The Parent-Teachers Organi-
zation of United Hebrew Schools
We restyle, Re- Livonia branch is sponsoring a
novate and Re- gift shop for Hanukah through
-weave. —Work Wednesday from 4 to 5:15 p.m.
Y
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ranteed. —
Students of the Hebrew
P1440-(7
Free Estimates. school will put on a program for
140. 0t1 TABLE
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A
Larry Paul their families at the Botsford
Elementary School at 1 p.m.,
Dec. 18. Treats for the children
UNA-8440-
13223_ w. mcNICMOLS
will be featured.

Just A Reminder...

To Shop Here Now
For The
Hanukah Gift
He's Sure To Enjoy
The
Whole Year 'round

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Older Adults Plan
December Programs

Maariv Service
ed Tuesday
resi-
Edward I. Fle
dent of the Jewish
Aged, announces that
Association will present a
c* 1 Maariv service at the Ho
ue 3', 7 P.m-
Rabbi Hy
artici ing
cob Sonenklar
ing ntor, ac compani by
der
the cho' of Bnai Davis
yman
the direction of Can
s Fenakel
Adler. Cantor 1\1•
program.
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SPECIAL !

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FOR YOUR CHILD

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MINIATURE ISRAELI
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Older Adults of the Jewish *
MENORAH
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Center have planned a full calen-
COMPLETE WITH:
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dar of December programs.
CANDLES
- The Center Culture Club, meet- *
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ing Tuesday and Thursdays, 1 *
2 DREIDELS --
p.m., will feature a lecture on the *
-ISRAELI CANDY
*
Baal Shem Tov and Chassidism, *
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2 ISRAELI COINS
*
and talks by Mrs. Harry Ober-
stein, Mrs. Grace Zellman, Sam
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SPECIAL - FOR 'ADULTS
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Rubin, Mollie Seid, David Sislin,
Now Available At
Beautiful
Chrome
Menorahs
Dave Berger, Sam Hochman,
(Guaranteed Not to Tarnish)
ONLY
Isaac Kovarsky, Isaac Finkel-
or High Plastic $1 25
stein, Lucy Siegel, Sarah Fried-
ea.
Menorahs, Only ..
man, Isaac Rajzman, Morris Hur-
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witz, Harry Kroll and Copel
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Loberman.
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Hanukah parties will be held
BOOK SPECIAL — WITH THIS AD ! I
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by the Culture Club Dec. 20, *
Golden Friendship Circle Dec. 13, *
OFF ON ALL* BOOKS DURING I
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the NCJW-Center Lounge Dec. * I
HANUKAH THAT WERE RE- I
14, and the evening Culture *
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Group Dec. 15.
*
TURNED FROM THE BOOK FAIR ! I
The annual Council of Mothers * I
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Ex c it i •
Clubs Hanukah Ball will be held * I *Except Text Books. Look for the little Born- I
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el, Y
ve
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Dec. 17.
stein Gold Label in the corner of the book!
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The NCJW-Center Lounge will
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present a special musical program
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ng • Oh Mi e Papa • T
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for the group Dec. 21.
For Detroit's Most Complete Selection
Livona
• Shein
• Mine
ele Belz
The evening Culture group will
hear Yiddish and English poetry
iddishe Mame
of HANUKAH ITEMS — Shop at
I Love You Much Too Much •
readings by Gertrude Strauss,
and vocals by Ruth Katz, Dec. 8;
Rabbi iVforris Donin will discuss
"The Hanukah Lichtale," and the * 13535 W. 7 Mile Rd. at Schaefer
DI 1-0569
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13535 W. 7 Mile Rd. at Schaefer
Older Adult choral group with
NIGHTS
SATURDAY;
OPEN
SATURDAY
SATURDAYS;
OPEN
SATURDAY
NIGHTS

CLOSED
CLOSED
Barry Ulrich as guest soloist,
OPEN SUNDAYS 9:30 A.M• to 7 P.M.
OPEN SUNDAYS 9:30 A.M. to 7 P.M.
Dec. 15; hypnotist, Victor Bloom- >4-
field,
Dec.
22.
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ETROIT JEWISH NEWS -- Friday, December 9 , 1960

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Why is it customary to place
the Chanukah Menorah near
door or window?
The general principle ehind
sire to
this tradition is the
"publicize the miracle' which is
hanukah
commemorated by th
Menorah. Originally,
hen peo-
ple had open doorwa
placing
'n the
the Chanukah Menora
open doorway was a m
of
having it observed by the pas
by. Some contended that the
Chanukah Menorah was placed
to the left of the doorway so that
whoever entered had to pass be-
tween the Menorah on his left
and the Mezuzah on his right,
thus being flanked by religious
symbols on both sides. Later
when doorways were not left open
anymore, or for those who occu-
pied upper stories, tradition called
for placing the Menorah in the
window. Where people live high-
er up or away from thoroughfares,
so that the windows do not be-
come easily noticeable from the
street, the tradition calls for plac-
ing the Menorah in a location
most easily noted by those who
dwell in the house.
C * *
Why do many insist upon
lighting oil tapers instead of
wax candles?
Their desire is to match the
original light of the miracle as
closely as possible. Since the orig-
inal miracle occurred with- a cruse
of oil, many insist upon kindling
oil Menorahs to remind them-
selves of the oil over which the
miracle was observed.
* is
Why do the women of the
household refrain from doing
any work while the Chanukah,
candles are still burning?
A number of reasons are- ad-
vanced for this practice. Joseph
Karo, the author of the Shulhan
Aruch, claims that this is done so
that the people of the household
understand that it is prohib'
to make any use of the
of
the Chanukah Menora
other
source carried thi
rgument
further by stating th it is•feared
lest the household ahts would
go out and the p
le in the
house would inadv
ntly use
the Chanukah candle
r light,
which is' prohibited. Thi
ohibi-
tion was extended particu
to
women since they are the
who perform work in the house-
hold; also, because while they
cease work, it is brought to mind
that one of the- miraculous events
of the Chanukah episode came
about through the act of a heroic
Jewess.

Be

Cong.
Votes" to-a
onstruction
Sa
uthorization to begin im-
mediate construction of a sanc-
tuary for Cong. Beth Shalom,
14601 W. Lincol rk,
was given to it bo
he
rectors last week a
gogue's semi-
g.
ude
ich
The pla
w
were
designed
other faci
by Percival Goodman, New
York architect.

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